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CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 19, 2018
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(Studio: John Berman) The legal case around CNN White House reporter Jim Acosta's access press pass with the White House to come up with new rules on press decorum introduced. Trump tweet critical of Representative Adam "Schitt" {Schiff} quoted. Live discussion held with CNN's Carl Bernstein & David Gergen about "decorum." [GERGEN - offers views on President Trump & decorum with a victory for CNN in the Acosta case, how the Democrats should handle Trump, the issue of retired Adm. William McRaven: Republicans are distancing themselves from the president.] [BERNSTEIN - offers views on the issue of decorum: this is a dangerous presidency with the rules not applying to him or his family, how the election returns were a rejection of Trump, the importance of the CNN lawsuit because of the president's "war on truth".]
Berman, John

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